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Richard at YourMechanic

Richard

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(405 Reviews)
Experience
9 years

AMOUNT PAID

$70.00
by Monique from Bethesda, MD 20814

Richard is very professional and punctual! He was able to fully assess my vehicle and translate otherwise mechanic jargon in everyday language that I completely understood. The detailed assessment and feedback included, pictures of my vehicles' problem parts and Richard's voice assessment of my vehicle--all sent to my email! The affordability factor is a plus especially compared to going to a shop! Just to think, my vehicle was able to be serviced at my home by a certified mechanic that did not nickel-and-dime me..such a breath of fresh air. Make no mistakes, you will be 100 percent satisfied with Richard's outstanding service.

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Answers to common Mercury questions

Car sputtering upon acceleration.
Answered by Mia
There are a lot of issues that could cause the symptoms you are having, from a faulty mass air flow sensor to a clogged catalytic converter. I suggest you have your vehicle inspected (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/engine-is-making-a-gurgling-sound-inspection) by a trained mechanic, such as...
Electrical problems, now car won't start.
Answered by Michael
Consider yourself lucky that you made it home! Most stories like this end on the back of a tow truck, after a few hours waiting on the side of the road. Now, the good news is the symptoms you describe...
ABS light comes on when pushing brake.
Answered by Jay
The problem you are having is not very common. However, based on your description it could be only a couple things. First off, the ABS Light is controlled by the ABS control module. The module gets inputs from various sensors...
Cabin lights not working
Answered by James
Hi there. The power is supplied to the interior lights circuit via fuse 18 and the lights are turned on and off via the lighting control module. If fuse 18 keeps blowing, then you have a direct short and the...

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